Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) had a blunt message for Speaker of the House John Boehner. Sanders told Boehner to stop making excuses and do his job.
Senate Democrats allowed a clean Homeland Security funding bill to move forward after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell caved and dropped the language that overturned President Obama's immigration action.
It has been a rough month for MSNBC, but the network did get one piece of good news. The Rachel Maddow show was the highest rated non-Fox show in February.
A YouGov poll on President Obama's patriotism accidentally revealed how deeply Republicans hate President Obama and remain angry at the country that elected him twice.
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) took the virtually unprecedented step of nailing John Boehner's obstruction by announcing that Senate Democrats will not support any deal to fund Homeland Security unless Boehner caves first.
Speaker of the House John Boehner could only react with inept rage after President Obama vetoed Keystone XL.
When he isn't name calling or threatening reporters, behind the scenes Bill O'Reilly tried desperately to find somebody who worked with him at CBS to confirm his war correspondent tales, but no one would go on his show.
While discussing the unveiling of the Middle Class Prosperity Project along with Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) ripped Congress for wasting months on passing Keystone XL for an oil company and shutting down DHS while the middle class gets screwed.
The Republican passed Keystone XL will hit the president's desk Tuesday morning. Obama is expected to quickly and quietly veto the bill in order to keep the heat on Republicans as the shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security looms.
Senate Democrats turned up the heat on Boehner and McConnell by blocking the fourth Senate Republican attempt to overturn President Obama's immigration actions by attaching it to the Homeland Security funding bill.
One of the biggest nightmare scenarios for Republicans is coming to life as Sen. Elizabeth Warren is signaling a team up with President Obama on some new consumer protection rules.
Yet another of Bill O'Reilly's former colleagues from CBS News disputes his active war zone claims. Even back then, his colleagues thought he was "grandstanding" and called his description of his reporting "absurd."
Patricia Arquette brought down the house during tonight's Academy Awards with a rallying cry for equal wages and rights for women during her acceptance speech.
CNN State Of The Union host Gloria Borger called out Rep. Darrell Issa for defending the hateful and demeaning remarks that Rudy Giuliani made about President Obama.
America continues to move to the left as President Obama's proposal to increase capital gains taxes on the wealthy was supported by a 56%-14% margin in a new AP/GfK poll.
CNN's Reliable Sources has blown apart Bill O'Reilly's claim that he was a war correspondent by interviewing six former CBS colleagues who say that O'Reilly is lying about his time as a war correspondent.
It was a terrifying three minutes for the Koch brothers, as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) took on the Kochs directly and delivered a message of populism that struck at the heart of their oligarchic plot to buy control of the federal government on ABC's This Week.
A leading veterans group is calling on Fox News to take Bill O'Reilly off the air after it was uncovered that Fox News host lied about his history as a war correspondent.
Multiple outlets have reported over the last few weeks that Chris Hayes is going to be canceled, but the story has taken a new turn with sources inside MSNBC saying that Rachel Maddow will be moving to 8 PM and a new host will be taking over her current 9 PM timeslot.